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Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 2:00am EST
global economy. a $1 trillion to the global economy. >> welcome to "countdown." i am mark barton. >> i am anna edwards. is a bloomberg news exclusive. shinzo abe says there are no and to abenomics. he talks about how japanese companies can stay competitive under his policies. regarding the corporate tax starting next fiscal year, we decided to reduce by 2.4% and we will be moving forward with reviews and studies on how corporate tax should be in order for japanese companies to stay competitive. thee will have a more from exclusive interview throughout the program. >> ukraine. protesters have flooded the streets of the capital among speculation that the president is going to sign up to a russian trade bloc. david tweed is there. angela merkel must be keeping a close eye on that. >> i want to give you an idea on how much of the german media and political establishment -- i want to show the right side the newspaper. this is the picture on the front and is also on the front of several other national newspapers that the statue of lenin was toppled late last night. and then decapitated. this
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 1:00am EST
the knockout stages. beauty of it, you look at some of the economy's out there. greece could put this to germany for once. these are what you want to see. >> you are partially english, partially italian. not a good or bad thing. there is a group of death, a group of joy. you can have holland, you can have brazil. it needs ant, it extra country. this is actually fascinating. for a lot of football fans, this is a big deal. >> we were talking earlier this week, they are at 10%. >> the first contraction since 2009. this was meant to be brazil's rival on the international stage. they come out and they have had a contraction. you look at the shiny brand-new stadiums. three and a half billion dollars. it is almost three times what was spent in south africa. there has been an out rising in this country. much was being spent on this event. on awill be so much sporting event. they are heading terms of the sporting event and the economy as well. >> thanks, john. >> now for a preview of what is coming up in the program. you are looking at ireland's exit from its bailout program. countryis the pos
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 1:00am EST
bubble is created in their eyes, the risks to the economy is you have to raise rates prematurely to stave off the bubble. once i was really interested in about thed to say housing market. if you look at the mortgage market now compared to where was in 2007, he said it is rocksolid now. it does not strike you who is overly concerned about -- quite easy towas call anything rocksolid in comparison to the mortgage market read 2008. he thought not lending standards which have greatly improved. >> he has some great stats. 60% of mortgages you put less than 10% down. now, 85% of mortgages yet but more than that down. >> not many can afford the 10% deposit even now. plans to cut almost 10,000 jobs of from its defense and space unit. we are joined from berlin. the origins of reviews -- this restructure must lie within the failed merger with bea systems -- ba systems. >> that is a drop from defense spending from cash-strapped governments. proposed a merger would be 80 systems, he was trying to balance out the civil -- is this of airbus -- civil business of airbus so we would represent around
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 1:00am EST
-performing economy. manus cranny joins us. he will be delivering the autumn statement. the background that is improving. is it cold where you are? [laughter] it is a bit snippy -- nippy. georgeocus on what that theater of politics will happen in parliament behind me. mr. cameron was in china. is aboutring -- today politics. it is about economics. it is but the middle class and democratization. you have got manufacturing and carney talking about the recovery here. get -- later on today. these are quite significant. existence. belong in this would be the first time they have upgraded their outlook. what are we expecting? well, it is going to be we are expecting the largest upgrade in the millennium. we are warned the job is far from done. and will say this year, 2013-2014, they are expected to .ouble what is significant is going forward into 2014-2015. we have a rate of 2.5% as the estimate. that is nowhere near what the bank of england believes will happen. austerity tomore come, as we understand. there could be a kind of 1% on gdp. these upgrades are critically and reduction of the deficit
FOX Business
Dec 10, 2013 3:00pm EST
because the u.s. economy is doing better not for some mechanical reason or political reason would be a good thing. i mean, short term it might hurt the market, but long term it's good for companies and, therefore, good for stocks. >> a lot of talk about the volcker rule, we're going to get to that later in the show, but the impact on the financial sector, are we past, in your opinion, worries about the financial sector and the big wangs, or is it hard to gauge the impact of the rule on people like goldman sachs and morgan stanley? >> i think it's very hard to gauge it now, but i would simply say this, i've been doing this a long time, i've seen a lot of changes. we lived with glass-steigel, perhaps they shouldn't have taken it away, but they did. it's basically a way to put some handcuffs on the banks in terms of their risk exposure. but the fact is, the banks are smarter than you and i. they'll figure it out, and they will make a lot of money. cheryl: companies will change how they're banking and investing as well. ira epstein at the cme, what are you watching today? >> i'm interestin
FOX Business
Dec 9, 2013 3:00pm EST
inventory concerns, lack of consumer demand, but the bottom line is the economy's slowly but surely growing stronger. s&p is now set to join the nasdaq at new highs above november, we know that in the month of december going back over the last 60 years that a move to new highs in the s&p, the next 10, 20 and 30 days forward typically has been positive. so that's interesting. but, yeah, continue to be real signs of resilience, you know, despite the fact there areling oring concerns regarding momentum -- lingering concerns ahead of the holiday, but stocks respect paying attention. we continue to hit new highs, and the market right now has been resilient. cheryl: i want to go to garrett at the cme because, certainly, with the dow and s&p we did break a fife-day -- five-day losing streak, but we've seen a lot more volatility in the vixx. and you have to wonder as we go towards the end of the year if we're going to have a little more volatility as volume gets lower. do you take that seriously, gary? do you really watch the tape as we get closer to the end of the year? >> well, of course you do.
FOX Business
Dec 4, 2013 3:00pm EST
indicate the and the economy and manufacturing continued to expand at a, quote, modest to moderate pace. the most upbeat news, manufacturers whose managers say she expanding and russian positive about the near-term future helps stem earlier losses in the market which ironically also cash in after good news from a private employment report, the automatic data processing report in. this is what it showed on your screen. private sector hiring in november, and and 215,000 jobs versus the expected 178,000 green, costing investors to fear the events of the fed's keeper coming sooner rather than later. you can see this picture, for direction the dow jones industrials have crossed the unchanged level 34 times. when you see we are down 59 points off of earlier lows still not anywhere near where we started the day and we want to talk about the s&p 500. the index is down for a fourth recession, losing five points. let's look at what is the. ticker symbol cf soaring after the fertilizer company says it expected to give significant additional cash to shareholders in the form of dividends, with
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
report. the economy generated 203,000 new jobs in november, and the unemployment rate fell to its lowest level if five years. the expectation was to see a build of about 180,000 jobs, so this, obviously, was much better than expected. look aa the market rally we have on our hands. investors apparently shrugging off concerns that the strong jobs number might hasten the fed's tapering of its bond-buying purchases. in the past that's concerned the markets, but look at the dow jones industrials. yes, it is up about 185 points, but earlier it gained some 200 points, the session highs. the first 200-point gain in about seven weeks. a similar story with the s&p 500. the s&p enjoying its biggest gain in four weeks. right now it's seeing a jump, pretty significant here of 19 points. just a minute ago it was up to, so it's -- up 20, so it's hovering at really strong levels here. general motors cruising to new highs it hasn't seen in more than five years. why? well, the new word is out that the automaker could ship an increased number of vehicles made in south korea, where are they shipping? to aus
FOX Business
Dec 3, 2013 3:00pm EST
opportunity to buy a company that actually as the economy does better, today do better. housing usually picks up when the economy does better, so we thought it was kind of thrown out its valuation based on the timber. you've got beetle kill up in canada which has increased their opportunities to sell overseas, and we think over time raises the price of lumber. liz: okay, so it's down today, that might be a buy. you also like howard hughes corporation. this is, of course, a company that's very big into, for example, landownership. >> yeah. liz: huge in vegas, by the way, for people that don't know. it's had a beautiful runup. why buy now? >> it's a name, we think, underfollowed on wall street. underknown. when you say howard hughes, a lot of people think about satellites and tv. it's a real estate play though. they own pier 17 here in new york, that's slated for redevelopment. they also have las vegas property they mentioned and also hawaii. so it trades about two times book. the house, the housing companies trade at three times book. we think they can make up that difference. li
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2013 3:00pm EST
years and the economy people have wanted to see. another big positive, third quarter gross domestic product, supposed to increase. that is up from the government's initial estimate. the number blowing past analysts' predictions for 3 percent growth. well, you put that together. you would think it would be sweet and savory. renewing investor fears instead of early next year or, perhaps, and the spring. all the major indices lower. the dow jones industrials earlier today was about seven. it has been quite a slang. fifth consecutive down day for the dow jones industrials and the s&p 500. the longest losing streak since september 25th. we have just blown through the floor of what had been down 67 points. another is a new low, down 70 points. if the s&p finished as a week lower, that would be the end of its longest run of gains in nearly ten years. let's look at good ones. apple is definitely up, as we told you yesterday, the smart phone maker announcing a major deal with china mobile to bring the iphone to china's largest wireless network. millions and millions of customers potentially
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